RIVER STOPS

The port of call of Moret Seine and Loing proposes about thirty places on the river and the canal.
It hosts, from April to October, some 500 boats, trom penichette to 80m cruise liner, and travelers from around the globe.

Localisation map

Capacities

STOPOVER OF SAI NT- MAMMÈS
15 bis, quai de Seine – 77670 Saint-Mammès
13 places + 2 places for passenger boats
• maximum draught : 2.40 meters
• water and electricity :
125 A, 63 A, 32 A and 16 A
• max. length : 70 meters for hotel or residential
boats and 15 meters for pleasure craft

STOPOVER OF MORET - SUR- LOING
77250 Moret-sur-Loing
9 places + 1 place for passenger boat
• max. draught : 1.80 meter and 1.50 meter
for pleasure craft
• water and electricity : 32 A and 16 A
• max. length : 40 meters for hotel or residential
boats and 15 meters for pleasure craft

STOPOVER PRUGNAT
Upstream from the Moret-sur-Loing lock
3 places on the Canal du Loing
• max. draught : 1.70

Access

River:
Seine and Canal du Loing
• Saint-Mammès : PK Seine 81.230
• Moret-sur-Loing : PK Loing 47.850

Rail:
From Paris Gare de Lyon station, to either Moret/Veneux-Les Sablons (45 min) or Saint-Mammès station (50 min)

Road:

  • A5 highway : exit Montereau-Fault-Yonne, take D606, then exit Moret-sur-Loing
  • A6 highway: exit Fontainebleau, take D606, then exit Veneux/Moret-sur-Loing

Shops & services

Restaurants, cafes, hetels, drugstores, medecine doctors, nurses, physical therapists,
post offices, banks, ATM, taxis, swimming-pool, launderette…

Port services

Summer season from April through October and winter season from October to March

  • Multilingual reception
  • Advance reservations for boats more than 16 meters
  • Heated sanitary facilities
  • Inland waterway, technical and tourist information
  • Documentation
  • WIFI at the port office

Nearby services

  • Supplies (diesel, fuel, gas…)
  • Boatyards with dry dock, reparations, lifting…
  • Motor and diesel mechanics

Contacts

Ports of call of Saint-Mammès and Moret-sur-Loing
Phone: +33 (0)6 47 68 79 51
Email: laurette.levis@ccmsl.com

Moret Seine & Loing tourist office
4 bis, place de Samois, Moret-sur-Loing 77250 Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne
Phone: +33 (0)1 60 70 41 66
Email: tourisme@ccmsl.com

 

Useful information

  • Medical emergengy service (SAMU): 15
  • Emergency doctors: 0820 077 505
  • FIREMEN: 18
  • POLICE: 17
  • River brigade: 01 47 07 17 17
  • International Emergency Number: 112

Regulation/administration

  • Paris port authority: 01 40 58 29 99
  • DRIEA : 23, rue Miollis – 75015 Paris
    Waterway administration: 01 40 61 80 03
    Waterway pleasure boat licence: 01 40 61 89 60
  • Inland waterway administration (VNF)
    Licence: 18, quai d’Austerlitz – 75013 Paris
    01 44 06 63 60
    Office: 156, rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis 75010 Paris – 01 44 89 65 00
 
A boat on the river stop
 

Moret-sur-Loing

One hour from Paris, at the border between the Île-de-France and Burgundy regions, Moret-sur-Loing is a medieval fortified town from the 12th century preserving within its walls the traces of its glorious history as a royal city with cathedral, castle keep, ramparts and fortified gates. Bathed by the waters of the Loing, Moret is ideal for a pastoral stroll.

To see

The ramparts, the bridge (12th century), the tanbark mill, the Notre-Dame cathedral (12th to 16th centuries), the town hall, the François 1er façade (in the courtyard of the town hall), the Raccolet house, the Burgundy and Samois gates (12th century) and the
Priory of Pont Loup (12th century).

To do

Point Sisley, the Barley Sugar Museum, the Bicycle Museum, the Municipal Museum, the Art Gallery and during the summer period: outdoor cinema, canoe tours, bicycle tours, hot-air balloon flights and guided tours (with reservation).

Saint-Mammès

Saint-Mammès is situated at the confluent of the Seine and Loing Rivers 80 kilometers upstream from Paris. The identity of the town was shaped by inland waterway transport, and while that activity is of lesser economic importance than in the past, it remains present today in the original urban structure and the privileged place of nautical activities.

To see

The church (11th century), the old lock (1724), the lock keeper’s house (18th century), the many narrow streets and alleys, the nautical jousts.

To do

Weekly sunday market on the banks of the Seine, strolling along the quais, guided tours of the town, the “World of Bargemen” walk, the Barge World Museum (with reservation).

 





Contact us

All of Moret Seine & Loing Tourist Office team is at your disposal.

  • Address:
    4 bis, place de Samois, Moret-sur-Loing, 77250 Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne France
  • Phone:
    01 60 70 41 66
  • Email:
    tourisme@ccmsl.com